Architecture & Design
“Colossus,” “visionary,” “giant” are superlatives used in the mid-twentieth century to describe Edward Durell Stone (1902–1978), a celebrity architect whose wholly unique modern aesthetic of “new romanticism” played a crucial role in defining middle-class culture.
Winner of the Wisconsin Historical Society's 2013 Book Award of Merit, the first publication of the diary of a Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice, 1942–43, with notes, contextual essays, and contemporaneous photographs.
A guide to improving the environmental performance of any landscape through the use of green construction and maintenance.
Chronicles a rich and little-known array of architecture on the island, a hotbed of modernism from the thirties on.
A compendium, with more than five hundred full-color illustrations, of the best modern furniture from the Nordic countries.